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This study examined a range of specific features that presumably influence the effectiveness of computer-assisted statistics instruction, such as the level of learner engagement, learner control, and the nature of feedback. The authors’ analyses revealed three statistically significant findings: larger effects were reported in studies in which treatment groups received more instructional time than control groups, in studies that recruited graduate students as participants, and in studies employing an embedded assessment.
Updated: Apr. 22, 2012
This article discusses the development of a measurement to investigate the improvement of teachers’ authoritative teaching. Furthermore, measurement of teachers’ self-reports of warmth and control is investigated, both in a cross sectional and in a longitudinal sample attending one out of two school-wide interventions. The results provide support for warmth and control as two dimensions of authoritative teaching.
Updated: Oct. 07, 2011
Unpacking Autonomy and Control in Education: some conceptual and normative groundwork for a comparative analysis
The purpose of this article is to make a contribution to the first two of these tasks which are relatively neglected in the education research literature. The authors begin by unpacking some conceptual complexities involved in debating issues of autonomy and control, distinguishing between three dimensions of autonomy-control: loci and modes of autonomy, domains of autonomy-control and loci and modes of control.
Updated: Jun. 02, 2008